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and the president is unlikely to order a strike while those inspectors are still on the ground. sean? >> jennifer, thank you. joining me now kentucky senator rand paul. thank you for being with us. >> glad to be with you, sean. do you think this is a wise decision and do you think that the president needs congressional aprove al? >> absolutely he needs congressional approval. the constitution is cleave r on this subject. we vested the power to go to war in congress. without question congress should vote on this and he is going against the constitution and it will be an unlawful act if he takes military action without having them vote on it. >> i think these words are important. this was before they took office. joe biden says he would impeach somebody that would do what he was about to do. >> i was chairman judiciary committee i teach this this is something i know. i got together and to write a piece pointing out the president has no constitutional authority to take this nation to war against 70 million people unless we are attacked. and if he does, i would move to impeach him. the house obviousl
paid for using chemical weapons. for war crimes. by the way, sean. the civilian slaughter is also war crimes. we've sat by and done nothing to really counteract that, or punish that type of war crime. again, this point in time for america to start to lead -- this president to lead. to come before congress and get the approval of congress to do this, he should be able to make this case, i think if he tries to make it, he'll get the boot from congress. >> thank you for being with us. appreciate it, joining me with reaction to this developing story. ann coulter is with us. two big questions i have here. if they're not going for regime change, we have two big questions before us, number one, we have the israelis. now, if iran and syria are saying if they get a cruise missile attack, they're going to attack israel. is the president prepared to defend them? >> no. >> and number two. >> let's start with that one. >> wait a minute. we have to consider that. and what's the point then of lobbying missiles -- >> it's very depressing talking about foreign policy, whenever a democrat is president,
, information officer sean smith and two former navy s.e.a.l.s. that search for answers could not be any more relevant than tonight, as u.s. embassies and consulates around the world are closed or on high alert. prevents another attack means getting to the truth of what happened there. we go back to benghazi of where it all began to investigate why all the attacks happened. plus, john king gets to the bottom of the talking points and the evolving story coming out of washington in the days and weeks after the attacks. to presidential politics lead to a coverup? and what did the families of the four lost americans want most? you'll hear from them directly. but first, we go back to the hours before the attack. september 11. in america, a day of solemn remembrance. in 2012, a day of violence in the middle east. demonstrators storm the u.s. embassy in cairo, angry over a low-rent film made in the u.s. that mocks the prophet muhammad. in neighboring libya, ambassador christopher stevens is in benghazi, a city known for upheaval. stevens knew benghazi well. during the civil war that ousted moammar g
peacefully at home on monday. christine and sean moved up their wedding by a year so logan could be their best man over the weekend. >> we held him. sean held him. we held him together. we were on the couch and sean kept saying it's okay, it's okay to go, logan. >> yeah, because at that point i made -- i've already made my peace with god, you know. i was accepting the fact that he needed it more than we did and that, you know, one day i will see him again, i believe that. >> logan had battled leukemia and another rare disease. >>> this morning an intense search is lee dimaggio. authorities believe he killed a woman or child and abducted one or both of her children. on tuesday the children's father who was a friend of dimaggio pleaded for their return. >> the damage is done. i'm begging you to let my daughter go. you've taken everything else. >> reporter: brett anderson begged his friend james dimaggio to turn himself in. dimaggio is suspected of setting fire to his home 65 miles east of san diego on sunday. inside were the remains of christina anderson and a child. authorities a
to what he said to his friend sean hannity. listen to what he said to his friend sean hannity. i mean, it would be unhealthy. it was unhealthy to have all that exposure for our candidates. yeah, it was because you had a bunch of crackpots running for president and they did wound themselves every time they got out there. there were enough debates for perry to forget which agencies he was going to abolish in the federal government. right? so, yeah, i can see from his perspective, you want to go to the friendly confines of fox news. you want to have loving moderators like a sean hannity. you want to tell your story there. the problem is that that did not work in 2012. in fact, living in the friendly confines of fox news made those republicans think they were going to win, that they could beat barack obama, that he wasn't a popular president. >> let's go back to reality, joan, with this. as your point is made, there's a long tradition ofnous anchors moderating debates. i moderated the republican debate at the reagan library last election, 2008. >> right. >> despite that history, reince pr
or their families. the mother of sean smith shares her thoughts on the latest developments. join us at prectluna.com hey, travis... get some friends, loser! you all right, man? ♪ lean on me, thanks. ♪ when you're not strong... ♪ lou: while president obama refers to ben gauzy as a phony scandal family members of the four americans killeds last september 11th on the terrorist attack continue to agonize over their losses still waiting for answers from this administration like the rest of us. my next guest is one of those family members joining us tonight is the mother of state department of information officer john smith. he was 34 when he lost his life last year on september 11th pat, good a view to be here. if we may ask him again of the held the state department, the latest part bond dash development are they helping you or embracing you or other family members of those americans and killed laster september 11th? >> i don't know about any of the others. i have not been in touch with them them but the state department has the gall andt in touch with me at all even though they promised they
or their families. the mother of sean smith shares her thoughts on the shares her thoughts on the latest developments.op when we made our commitment to the gulf, bp had two big goals: help the gulf recover and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart of everythinwe do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronger. lou: while president obama refers to ben gauzy a a phony scanl family members of the four americans killeds last september 11th on the terrorist attack continue to agonize over their losses still waiting for answers from this administration like the rest of us. my next guest is one of those family members joining us tonight is the mother of state department of information officer john smith. he was 34 when he lost his life last year on september 11th pat, good a vie
working in an independent hardware store who makes 11 or $12 an hour to say yes, sean da should get 15 for serving hamburgers. it is doing to be very very difficult. unfortunately, this movement is more going on here than just $15 an hour. it is the labor movement. they are trying to essentially recruit workers get union cards things of that nature, and the impact on mcdonalds will be far greater than the $15 an hour, because they will bring everything else. before you know it you will have work rules. where someone that makes fries can't flip a hamburger, someone who flips a hamburger. >> some people would argue that's a good thing. >> well, those are the rules that general motors out of business, i would point out to you. >> also created all sorts of issues. unions at times have protected, whoers so it is one of those balances acts. let's talk about what the fast food industry is saying. they are saying that they are defending themselveses by saying -- the fact is only 5% of restaurant employees any the minimum wage, and those who do are working part time, half are teenagers. on the
-- everything was good, i paid my bills on time, the fact that sean hannity is a friend should not hurt me. >> exactly. >> neil: bill o'riley might be another matter. that would be killing my credit score. ladies, i just made that up. forget feeling the financial heat. try folks in the midwest dealing with heat. schools are closing, folks-sweating, and this frog is rejoicing because he is a hit and the woman who created him is hot. i'm talking hot in the popular sense. get your mind out of the pond scum. test. test. >> neil: heroes can't look all like me, the cape crusader of cash. but enough about me. janice dean invading my world with freddy the frogcaster, approving -- proving that heroes can be green and look like me. it is a wonderful children's book. a very uplifting message. >> it's a pleasure to be on your show. >> neil: you were telling me during the break, what was the emtuesday of this? >> over the years have had colleagues and friends ask me, can i recommend a book that will help their kid understand weather, and i did my research, and there really isn't a whole lot out there.
country. it sells for $18,000. country is one of fiat's biggest markets. sean casey will lead the office of faith-based initiatives. to increaseis engagement with faith communities around the world. >> the smithsonian is preparing a new exhibit that shows history through souvenirs but these are far from the mass-produced knickknacks that today. mr. preservation did not exist in this area. they would rake off relics and keep them. >> a hammer was kept on site to it shows pieces of it. how we have grown away from chipping away our heritage. >> the exhibit opens at the smithsonian castle on friday. get started. some thunderstorms popping up in the last few minutes. a lot of the radar west -- if developing, a shower south and east of reston. it is weaker now than it was a few minutes ago. that is the kind of pattern we have and will continue to have through the evening. showers and storms become more widespread. you can see the animation over the past 15 minutes. for more showers tomorrow. more widespread thunderstorms. a lot of it across western pennsylvania. a new surge of moisture coming
. >> an understatement actually. we are getting our first pictures of sean parker's lord of the rings themed wedding in big sur courtesy of "vanity fair." as you can see, all 364 guests wore costumes. some of the notable names including jack dorsey, allison williams and olivia mun. the napster cofounder and facebook president reportedly paid $10 million for the ceremony and the reception. >> $10 million. >> you only get married once. >> i guess. >> you hope. >> hopefully for him. >>> the mysteries of the deep are about to be uncovered off the west coast. >> and google is playing a big role in it. the $60 million research shill falcore funded by the mountain view yesterday. the mission is to study the dead zones of the pacific. it's an area the size of new jersey depleted of oxygen that is starving sea life off the coast of washington and oregon. it's one of 400 dead zones around the world caused by fertilizer, sewage, dumped into the ocean by river runoff. >>> check out this under water creature. south korean scientists have created a robot nicknamed crabster for obvious reasons here. it's job is to
quarterback michael vick say they have forgiven him and they know what kind of person he really is. sean mccoy said he no longer respects cooper after what he said. >> i mean, it's -- hopefully it wears off, but, i mean, at this point i'm speaking about myself and other teammates, i know it's different. >> less than 48 hours after being traded by the houston astros bud norris was facing his former team. wednesday at the trade deadline they sent norris to the or wrolz. had he to walk about 50 yards to get to his new clubhouse. last night norris pitched six solid innings against the stros. snf his new orleans teammates gave him the old pie in the face to help initiate him to his new club. >>> they call it the x games for a reason. during practice yesterday javier from chile had to bail. he was knocked out when he landed, but he did regain consciousness, and he ended up with a broken and dislocated right hip. hopefully he will be okay. here's another one, christine. bob burnquist from brazil in a skateboard competition. he will go for this jump right here, and he will come down right on his fa
one of the survivors. doug is live in washington. reporter: sean manning this survivor's name. he was shot six times by major nadal hassan and was disgusted by what he read and the writings confirm this was no act of work place violence has the government termed it. >> the government has tried too deny this is an act of terrorism. i think if -- i hope that if people hear the words from hassan's own mouth, that they'll understand this was an act of terrorism. >> in one type document, hassan writes: american democracy and sharia law are incompatable there is an irreconcilable conflict in american democracy, we the people govern according to what we the people think is right or wrong even itch it goes against what almighty god commands and america's ban on cruel and unusual punishment prevents the flogging of a fornicator or receiving senior severerring the hand of thief. clearly it pears that hassan, court-martial, is making hiking case to military justice but to allah. trace? >> i guess you can also make the case he is also appealing to a broader audience here. >> an expert in isl
four americans. our ambassador, chris stevens, the state department officer sean smith and two former navy seals tyrone woods and glen dorty. doherty. >> shepard, the charges remain under seal in new york tonight. in may released three suspects wanted for questioning. it is not clear whether they are the ones charged. but reporters spoke to one of the suspects just days after the attack and more recently. justice department officials issued the following statement, quote: the department's investigation is ongoing. it has been and remains a top priority. we have no further comment at this time. the administration is under increasing pressure to show that it is acting against the benghazi perpetrators. fox news has spoken to multiple military sources who say that u.s. operators have been on the ground monitoring several suspected attackers in libya for more than 10 months. libyan sources tonight tell us there is a great deal of action, activity tonight in darna a town known as recruiting ground for al qaeda east of benghazi. it is not clear the nature of the activity there tonight but d
killed the american ambassador chris stevens. state department officer sean smith and two navy seals tyrone woods and glen doherty. james rosen is live at the state department tonight. james? >> all four of these employees are career officials. the highest ranking was eric boswell the assistant secretary of state for diplomatic security or ds. he had resigned his post. scott was a senior ds official. charlene lamb was boswell's deputy and raymond maxwell worked in the nearest bureau. in january then secretary of state hillary clinton told the senate existing law prevented her from taking stronger action against the four. but her successor john kerry took a different view what the secretary and his team has been doing is doing more fact-finding going into what happened on the ground and also looking at the totality of these four employees' career at the state department. >> if it had been 12 months after boston and there had been no arrests. no one brought to justice, no understanding of what happened and why people would be justifiably understandably outraged. here we set a year afte
-old college baseball player, christopher lane. welcome to "hannity" i'm david webb in tonight for sean. late last week, prosecutors say these three teens hunted down, shot and killed christopher lane for quote fun. and now a new report in the daily column might explain part of their motivation. the article explains that one of the alleged killers, james francis edward jr., posted racial statements on twitter. and according to the daily collar "edwards' social media
last september 11th killing ambassador chris stevens, information officer sean smith, and former navy s.e.a.l. tyrone woods and glen dougherty. adam housley live in our west coast newsroom with more. adam, where are we in this investigation? >> reporter: well, the information we've received in the last week really reaffirms and also moves forward what they had heard, which is the u.s. had information on these suspects last november, was reiterated in january and put, quote, on a silver platter for u.s. leaders, and nothing was done. now what we have learned in the last week to advance that even more is that there was an action report actually given to the president back on august 7th, and at least one suspect in the benghazi attack. also, a number of things that have happened behind the scenes in the last few months. first of all, we've been told that at one point a special operator who had come into the area to take over the unit training libyans had some words with the interim ambassador basically saying i'll be letting these guys get away with murder and the person that replaced him,
justify their explanation the way -- justify their actions the way sean hannity did with george zimmerman. no one on the left, no one in the civil rights community is trying to justify what they did. they all admit it was a horrible thing. whereas people on the right have spent the better part of a year justifying george zimmerman's actions, trashing trayvon martin's memory, trying to dig up everything he ever did wrong to suggest that he had it coming. so this comparison that allen west is making and the charge of hypocrisy is absurd when you look at the way right wing media and commentators handled the last year with regard to trayvon martin and george zimmerman. >> so, do you think that maybe leaders should come out and say hey listen. this is behavior you should not be doing? you're saying they are not condoning it. >> that is obvious. they were arrested. no one condoned it. i don't think any time a crime happens anyone needs to stand up and say that is terrible. it goes without saying. the difference is when trayvon martin was killed there were folks suggesting there was no crime no
unexpected hug. it turns out it was her husband. sergeant sean jamison making a surprise homecoming after his second tour of duty in afghanistan. the family was not expecting him until next month. that is great. those are your headlines. let's find out about your weather with rick. >> rick: such a cool story. i love it it that's one of the better ones. that's a great costume if you can pull that one off is awesome. talk about your weather this morning. you will notice it's a little bit darker. we are losing a the love sunlight right now. time of year we are heading into fall in a very rapid pace. labor day is about to be fall. get ready. take a look at your temperature map right now. it does not feel like fall across the central plains. brutally hot week. broken records. yesterday in chicago got to 96 degrees. your highest temperature that you have had all summer long which is very hard to believe. today we are going to see some thunderstorms move across areas of the northeast. and we're going to seat temperatures be a little bit warm and sticky. down to the southeast the same story. there is
. sean whent is supposed to talk about this case later today. tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> demolition crews are tearing down the house where rirrial castro held -- arariel castro -- ariel castro held three women cast -- captive. one of the victims watching the demolition, michelle knight. she bravely testified against ariel castro in court. once that house is completely torn down, knight wants to build a park there with a garden and a statue of an angel. >>> google did high-tech demolition. now, google removed castro's home from its google map system. searches for the address now show just a blurred box instead of that house. the goal is to reduce the number of people driving by the old home. >>> the trial of the army psychiatrist accused of killing 13 people in fort hood, it goes on today. major nadal hasan is acting as his own lawyer. yesterday, in his opening statement, he told the court, the evidence will clearly show he is the shooter. one of the shooting victims says he has physical as well as emotional scars. >> can't go to crowded places anymore. i don't even
sean and fin, whom she can't wait to start playing with. >> we made up this one game. it was where we try to chase everyone. >> it was called evil fin? she's also looking forward to fulfilling her dream to become a famous singer. ♪ >> i think love can do a lot of things. love is very powerful. >> you can never give up and just persevere and really push forward. it's amazing the strength you can get from everyone around you to achieve what needs to be done. >> sarah will likely be home schooled for the next year. she breathes with the help of a tube and she is still on a variety of antirejection and steroid drugs. but surrounded by the love of family and friends, the one word that seems to capture her is strong. >> she's a strong girl. she's a fighter. >> what would you say to all the people who tried to help you and believed in you? >> thank you. just remember this, if you're ever in trouble and i'm strong, you can be strong. >> if you're ever in trouble and i'm strong, you can be strong, too. those are great words as we go forward in the middle of a week here. >> brian: it's amazin
guard at aikeny chess nikon sert. lesean mccoy forgives cooper for using the word but he no longer respects him. >> it's new, hopefully it wears off but at this point i speak for myself and other teammates i know it's definitely different. >>> they call it the x games for a reason, during practice yesterday javier villegas from chile going for the backflip but has to bail. he crashes hard. he ended up with a broken and dislocated right hip that he had surgery for last night and another bad crash bob birnquist creating in the big air skateboard competition and he goes up here and face plants on the way down. that had to hurt but he got right back on the board and he would go on to win the bronze medal in the competition. if i landed on my face like that, i would not be getting right back on a skateboard. >> especially with the great smile you have scholes, that would be it. >> that's a case for yeah, did you hear that reaction? he's like, i get it all the time. >> that's true. >> he's like please let me go, let me go. he never stops smiling. >>> that music you hear it means it's tim
in the november 2009 rampage that killed 13 at fort hood. staff sergeant sean manning was shot six times at the fort hood readiness center. listen to this. >> the government has treated -- has denied treating this as an act of terrorism. i hope if people hear the words from his own mouth that they'll understand this was an act of terrorism. >> these documents may change or force the government to change its classification of this. hasan's attorney verified the authenticity of these documents and add the 42-year-old former army major directed him to provide these to fox news. an expert in the koran reviewed the documents and here is his take. >> i think it's clearly an after the fact issue where he now is trying to put the sort of personal jihad that he involved in, trying to put it into a larger religious and geopolitical context and justify what he's doing. >> he now faces the death penalty if convicted. once again, fox exclusive, this information right here and also on our web site straight from his mouth. back to you. >> steve: thank you very much. we're going to talk to peter johnson
. michael vick came to his defense saying he knows what kind of person cooper really is. running back, lesean mccoy wasn't as kind saying he no longer respects cooper. >> it's new. hopefully it wears off but at this point, i just -- i speak for myself and other teammate, i know it's definitely different. >> they called it the x games for a reason. during practice yesterday, very scary moment, going for the backflip, he bails. >> oh! >> falls very hard. he ended with a broken dislocated right hip. he had to have surgery late last night. another scary moment at the x games. in skateboard big air competition, goes up for this jump and he face plants, as you can see. he was in a lot of pain. guess what, carol? got right back on the board and ended up getting the bronze medal in the competition. >> good for him. >> he's definitely a lot tougher than i am, i can say that. >> man, i would have been crying and started sobbing right there. unbelievable. >> i would have been down for the count. >> thanks, andy. the next cnn "newsroom" after a break. [ male announcer ] come to the golden opportunity sal
as evidenced by your recently introduced chris stevens, sean smith, bill b and ecurity and personal security of 2013. it has been a concern since inception of embassy security almost 100 years ago. to counter these global threats come in, the office of the chief special agent was formed in 1916. it was not, however until 1985 at the same time is preparing for service to the u.s. government and the mission and vision was part of the team that i particularly wanted to join. in 1987, i became a special agent and since then i have devoted my 26 year career to fulfilling the mission to provide a safe and secure environment for the conduct of foreign policy. i have manage security programs is a regional security officer in iraq and pakistan and jerusalem and philippines and indonesia. to demonstrate the depth of my experience and not of special agent come i would like to highlight a few of my accomplishments. i have dealt daily with possible terrorist acts that have impacted the lives of americans to include the kidnapping of americans in the philippines as well as participating in the capture of
, and how the president i am not aware if you know this, but the president did not invite the mother, sean that smith's mother to receive his medal because she spoke out against him. they are telling her she is not immediate family. how dare him? that is the most terrible thing i have ever heard of any president. he is the world's worst. think you. guest: i am not aware of that. i am sorry i cannot speak to that. soft targets versus hard targets, what is the difference? guest: the analogy would be a match in an embassy that is extremely well-guarded typically verses of conflict, which is usually smaller and in a more pro -- remote part of the country. imagine a police station or military base verses a school or hospital. those facilities all have a great facility. part of the problem when we put facilities abroad, no matter how fortified they are, there is an asymmetric red for the host government ultimately has to be responsible for protecting those installations. as we saw and the hostage crisis in the 1970's, no matter how many marines you have guarding an embassy, at some point they wi
of the country. other questions yo? >> thank you for putting on this panel. my name is sean. my most relevant affiliation if i attended a very small public school in illinois, graduate class of 1998. i wanted to ask you about are their constituency that are affected in the wake of consolidation? i went to a school that had been consolidated in the past and looking for the potential of being consolidated again. it seems to me that anecdote of glee when a town loses their school, that you seek lots of loss and community identity and vitality. you see the community's age, people tend to move where the schools and up. easy businesses dry up and property values drop. at least it is conceivable that efficiency the cost for students, you see losses in that community's economy and their kind of identity because a lot of these small towns, the school is what kind of brings the town together. so i was wondering if the panel had any thoughts about that. i know that small, rural districts where the focus of the report, but it has been brought up. >> that was one of your main points. >> i absolutely agree
? >> tucker: counter terrorism expert and instructor sean wolf. thank you for joining us this morning. 22 embassies and consulates. i notice they do span from the sahara to bangladesh. how specific county threat be if the response is this broad? >> that's a good question. >> because it is so broad, i believe the intelligence is credible and the threat is credible but maybe not so specific because it's so wide, it's all centered around the arabian peninsula which is where they believe the biggest problem is going to be right now. >> john, once these embassies are closed down there there be troops in front of the embassies guarding them? will there be afghani troops? will there be local military officials in those countries trying to protect embassy or just be there? it will just be there. the outside guard force will still be as normal. they are just closing for business. they are not removing the american diplomat. they close for business and that protects the visitors that would come there for visas and things like that. but the problem is closing for business doesn't make the american d
? >> yeah. as i said last night on sean hannity's show, look, you've got a potential situation where assad will be deposed and who will replace him? it may well be someone who has allied with ansar al-shariah, the very group that is responsible for orchestrating the benghazi terrorist attack which is -- we will be marking the first anniversary in less than a month. and the question is always going to be, is this intervention going to cause more harm than good? >> gretchen: yep. lots of moving pieces here. let's move on to the next dicey topic, which is obamacare. believe it or not, a new poll shows that 44% of americans are not even sure that it's actually the law of the land right now. so some people are asking whether or not they'll be surprised when the bill starts rolling in. here is that poll right there. obamacare confusion, 44% don't know if it's law. 31% unsure if it's law. 8% believe the law was repeeled. and 5% believe it was overturned by the supreme court. what does this say to you? >> well, can you blame the americans for the state of confusion about this? i mean, there are so
is sean and i'm a reporter with federal times a publication that covers the federal agencies so we do a lot of agencies. tony i completely agree with you with what you said about -- i would also have their agencies that will not deal with reporters on any basis except e-mail. as an employee you probably know -- >> it drives me crazy. >> a treasury employer doesn't check her messages. send her an e-mail. to get to my question though one frustration i found in covering the government is a lot of pao's and i'm asking the context of principles essentially that the dao should follow that they are political appointees and the only qualification for the job and this was true for for the obamas ration is the work on the campaign. should that be allowed? >> look, i think you want to try to find talent where you can and try to match it up. there is the public affairs office. they actually do work for the people who are elected and they are answerable to them in the cases where they are political appointees. i was a political appointee. so i think i don't think you can change the whole sub inner
] >> thank you very much. my name is sean gray from the university. i was in russia for seven years. i would like to ask the panel a question about russia's future. i have seen my peers and the generation younger than me growing up in russia and i noticed that basically if they are smart and if they are liberals who are thinking they will try to leave the country and you mentioned silicon valley about how russia is one of the languages and they are very smart but unfortunately they are not looking to improve their country and the legal systems and so forth. then you see the other guys that are staying there and a lot of these nationalists and people like that who are going and protesting in the beating and stuff like that. others protests and then they are rising of taking positions in the government as well. that's the future in russia itself. he's not going to be around for very long and this is a question that always [inaudible] [laughter] >> sorry about that. [laughter] >> speaking as a member of the younger generation looking for work in the future i didn't mean to offend anybody. unfor
them are crucial to get information to the public in a timely manner. sean donnelly is committee chairman who moderates this discussion. >> welcome to the national press club. for this evening's discussion of whether or not a federal public affairs officers have become a hindrance more and help, press freedom and open government or if you like, our shorter title, tax for slacks. line name is john donnelly, reporter with congressional quarterly and roll call and chairman of the national press club press freedom committee which is sponsoring tonight's event with the young members committee. you can find out more about the national press club and membership therein at press.org. we are the leading organization in the world for journalists. tonight's event is being broadcast on that site. it will be archived later. is also being broadcast on c-span2 right now. if you are following us on twitter the handle this@press theclubtv and the hash club is open government. .. >> i would like to make a few comments just to set the stage for tonight event. our discussion tonight is about the gro
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